Storming Heaven: A Novel - Chapters Eighteen and Nineteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Eighteen and Nineteen Summary

Carrie returns to the Homeplace. Her nieces and nephews are fond of her, and she copes as best she can with the death of Albion. Rondal visits and claims he came to get his banjo but later admits that the union needs nurses. During his time at the Homeplace, Rondal has intimate relations with Carrie, and she decides to rejoin the fight to establish the labor union. The two leave for Charleston, West Virginia at night.

Rondal and Carrie stay together in Charleston. Much preparation is being made for continuing the struggle against the mine owners. Talcott uses his military training to drill miners. Rondal and Carrie often disagree but seem to be getting ever closer in a romantic way. Rondal and Carrie hear that martial law has again been declared in the mining camps, and they...

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